DelawareLive Oct 29

DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – October 29, 2023

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Review Includes: In Kent, a futuristic addition to historic register? Human trafficking of minor in Delaware results in abuse, forced labor Del. City Fire trains for shootings, invests in ballistic gear Odyssey teacher is lone American finalist for $1M global prize LaMons and Stamper lead Tatnall to victory Click on the image below to view the PDF Sonja …


Human trafficking of minor in Delaware results in abuse, forced labor

Bryan ShupeHeadlines, Police & Fire

Department of Justice, Elsmere PD secure Delaware’s first-ever Forced Labor conviction An Elsmere man will serve a lengthy prison sentence after pleading guilty to multiple felonies, including Delaware’s first conviction under a Forced Labor statute originally passed in 2014. On October 13, Martin Ortiz-Lozano, 34, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of Child …

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Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Oct. 2, 2022

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines State retirees sue to stop Medicare Advantage plan Rehoboth’s offshore wind primer aired all sides of issue Federal judge partially halts Delaware ‘ghost gun’ ban Culture Mount Pleasant wins contest to perform ‘Frozen: The Musical’ Grand Gala returns with ‘Hamilton’ star on stage Diocese …


Lawmaker hosts conference aimed at ending human trafficking

Charlie MegginsonHeadlines, Government

Lawmakers, state employees and law enforcement officers gathered at Legislative Hall Tuesday to learn how Delaware can better address the scourge of human trafficking. Delaware is one of 39 states to receive an ‘F’ on the Shared Hope International Child and Youth Sex Trafficking Report Card, attendees learned Tuesday. Areas the state performed the worst in include identification and response …

AG Jennings announces formation of Human Trafficking Unit

Charlie MegginsonGovernment, Headlines

Attorney General Kathy Jennings on Monday announced the formation of a dedicated unit within the Delaware Department of Justice to investigate instances of human trafficking. The unit will be aptly named the Human Trafficking Unit, or HTU. “Human trafficking is among the direst human rights crises of this century,” Jennings said in a statement announcing the unit’s formation. “Awareness has …